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P. K. Pinkerton and the Pistol-Packing Widows, by Caroline Lawrence

P. K. Pinkerton #3
Summary:  In 1860s Nevada, master-of-disguise P.K. Pinkerton uncovers a sinister plot when he takes a case that calls for him to shadow his friend and mentor, Poker Face Jace.


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Historical Fiction

Blessings in disguise!

I was wondering why I never get people I wanted in my life. Then I realized something, I always wanted simple people, normal people. But what I needed was complicated people because only complicated people would be able to understand me. 71 more words

Open Up

She runs

She hides

She wears


She doesn’t want anyone to know

Who she is

On the inside

Cause she’s different

Doesn’t fit in… 133 more words


You Won't Even Recognize Katy Perry in This "Birthday" Video Teaser

In a new teaser for the upcoming video for Katy Perry’s “Birthday,” the singer dresses up as a series of entertainers and becomes completely unrecognizable. 71 more words


Fear of the Alligator


The alligators were crawling up my spine,

The streets were full of danger

In time for the 5 o clock news…

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A Song

I wanted to measure
by stories
lived and told
in your company,
but all you ever gave
was a song.

You were Erato,
my muse… 69 more words


“ Dark Eyes ” ~ wants disguise ~

Sun rise

Or sun set,

Dark eyes

Wants disguise,

Said upset

Or surprise,

For dark eyes

Finds a place,

Of refuge inside,

Held beauteous face!

My Poetry